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>> good friday morning to you. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. it is friday december 7th. thanks for watching "fox & friends first". >> it is time now for your 5@5:00. no end in sight for the crisis in cairo.
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>> clashes continuing over president mohammed morsi's power grab. protestors attacking officers of morsi's muslim brotherhood. a defiant morsi refusing to give up his powers. opposition are remnants of mubarek's regime. at least 6 people have been killed this week and dozens injured. obama is urging both sides to hold talks without preconditions. vice president dick cheney offering scathing criticism of president obama's foreign policies. >> we have more territory in that part of the world when you start to add up all of the areas that have come or have come under the influence of muslim brotherhood and radical islamists. that part of the world piers to be muffling into a direction that is fundamentally hostile. >> he was being honored by the
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hudson institute for his contributions to the u.s. and government. a day after hunters found two bodies in a rural area the mother of a missing girl confirms it is her daughter and her niece. dozens of people attended a vigil. the girls disappeared back in july while riding their bikes. a positive id needs to be made by a medical examiner. a champion for conservative causes will be leaving the senate. jim demint stepping down to become president of the heritage foundation. he says he can do much more outside of congress than from the inside. >> i am looking for a place where i can make more of a difference. we will not win the hearts and minds of the american people if we leave things the way they are.
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we have to do more. the heritage foundation is the most credible research idea grp in the country. >> nikki haley will pick demint's interim replacement and a special election will be held in 2014. a christmas tree celebration now shining bright. >> 3, 2, 1. >> the first family flipping the switch to the 21 foot blue bruce. colby kie president obama giving his best rendition of a christmas classic. ♪ >> that is your 5@5:00. >> we can't keep up with all of these singers any more. >> the race toward the fiscal
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cliff without a deal in sight. we are hours away from the november jobs report. peter doocy is live in washington with more. hi, peter. >> today's unemployment effort will be the first since super storm sandy hit the east. any jobs that were lost economists are expecting a lousy report as a result of the storm. but regardless of what the number is, we are still one day closer to the fiscal cliff. even though speaker of the house john boehner's office says the lines of communication on both sides are open we know one thing is not being discussed by democrats and that one thing is extending the busheir raw tax cuts for top earners. >> oo i am not going to sign any package that prevents the top to
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go up but i am going to get something that is good for this fm lay and good for the american economy. >> in the senate mitch mcconnell proposed a vote on the part of the president's proposal that would allow the white house and not congress to control on its own without their input. but majority leader harry reid said that is not. >> if the president's proposal is made in good faith our friends should be eager to vote for them. so i am surprised the majority leader declined a chance for them to support it for their votes. so i guess we are left to conclude that it couldn't pass by a fair majority of votes and that they would rather that i can take the country off the cliff. >> get ready to listen to lawmakers today try to spin the unemployment report in favor of
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their proposal one way or the other starting about 3 and a half hours from right now. >> we will be watching. looking forward to seeing those numbers. sthooivengs. it is time for a look at who is talking. this morning we are hearing from john mccain. mccain discussing the growing crisis in syria. the reports frightening. the president bish charral assad preparing to release deadly gas on its people. >> hillary clinton releasing this statement yesterday events on the ground in syria are accelerating we see that in many different ways. the pressure against the regime in and around damascus seems to be increasing.what happens if a forth with the chemical warfare. senator mccain is discussing the role of the united states. >> i think we would be directly responsible. all of those who argued against intervention warned us that if we intervene these terrible things would happen. well, we did intervene and all
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of these terrible things, the consequences have been huge as we sat by and watched these 40,000 people massacred. it was very clear that there is more al qaeda and jihadists in syria. some of the arms because we didn't supply it supplied from saudi arabia and qutar gone to saudi rab gnaw and jihadist. because we didn't establish a safe zone for them to organize and basically have a benghazi they have been disjointed and unable to coordinate together. this is a serious crisis and we have to be prepared to put american troops, not to fight, not to be on the ground to fight but perhaps american troops to secure these weapon storage areas that we know where they are.
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no one wants american boots on the ground anywhere in the middle east any more. but this is a matter of securing weapons of mass destruction. we know they are there. >> mccain said there is a hope russia will step in to intervene also and convince assad to not proceed. now to stories you can bank on this morning the fiscal cliff not the only thing americans are worried about. lauren simonetti breaks down the result of a new survey for us. >> happy friday. you have done some of your holiday shopping, maybe all of it. if your answer is on the credit card you are worried about paying off the bill. a quarter people asked say they will need more than 3 months to pay their holiday expense. that's up from 18 percent last year. credit card debt continues to be the top financial worry many folks are using credit cards less.
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55 percent of respondents plan to spend less than $500 each year. >> i understand more and more service jobs are moving overseas. >> out sourcing has become a negative buzz word especially since the recession as more companies send jobs overseas to say money. >> the hackett group says 663,000 jobs innic t, hr and finance have been offshored over the past decade. by 2016175,000 will be brought as well. fist it was low level jobs leaving the u.s. where they could cut expenses 75 percent but now we are seeing high level jobs overseas as well. >> a lot of people out there have student loans. i don't think we are talking about this. some apples are going to be made in america. >> you don't usually hear about apples being made in america. that's why you got confused. apple could be making macs in the u.s. the giant plans to move some production of mac computers
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to the u.s. from china next year and is expected to spend 100 million on the instore thing. tim cook did not say which products would be produced in the united states but it is expected to go well beyond the simple final. some of the departments building most if not all of the components in the u.s. it's a good pr rule you know all of the negative skrichls they got about their factories in china and labor practices there. maybe other companies will follow suit. >> good to see you this morning. it is 10 minutes after the top of the hour. it is a concert to raise money for sandy victims so why are ticket scalpers making money? >> one group of passengers grounded after experiencing the real life version. can you image? [ man ] ring ring... progresso
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>> 13 after the hour. here's what you missed while you were sleeping. a magnitude 7.3 quake rocking japan triggering tsunami fears and warnings in the same region mitt by the massive quake and tsunami back in march of 2011. you can see buildings shaking in the brand new video. so far no major damage or injuries reported. republicans working through legislation by democrats and scenes like this one angry protests by union activists. it shows protestors being hauled off in handcuffs after beiustin down the doors. they have union fees from none union employees.
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>> john mcafee is arrested one day after entering the country illegally. good morning elizabeth. >> it is a bizarre twist in the story making headlines for three weeks. john mcafee rushed to the hospital for chest pain after being denied asylum by the country. he was only hospitalized for a brief period of time. doctors believe he is suffering from high stress. mcaf fee has been on the run trying to escape questioning by police in belize. he's considered a person of interest in the murder of his brother. on tuesday police raised him for entering the country illegally. the 67-year-old software company founder thinks the murder was a home invasion gone wrong and he claims the belize government wants to kill him. >> now we can do something. we can blame him.
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>> the prime minister says he's quote paranoid and bonkers. the legal team is now preparing to appeal denial for the asylum to the constitutional court. it could give mcfaf fee another day or two in guatemala. 15 after the hour. next on the rundown we all know americans don't always eat right but the worst offenders might surprise you. a little hint they aren't our kid does. >> we feed them right. >> allen simpson speaking out about going viral by going gingham style. >> first a look at the high temperatures around the country before we go to break.
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>> you remember the movie snakes on a plane? >> everybody is going to bet a bite. let's open our curtains and let me show you. >> well something like this just happened for real. someone took an egyptian cobra like this one on an air egypt flight earlier this week. it came lose and started slithering around the airplane forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing. they are cashing in on a benefit by hawking tickets on-line at
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inflated tick he wants it features billy joel bruce springsteen and others sold out in just minutes. now they are selling on stub hub for insane prices. try 3700 bucks for the nosebleed section. the face value $150 to $2,500. >> are you going to go? >> no. sounds great. >> lawmakers from all over the northeast are on the hills showing off images of the devastation left behind from super storm sandy. this as they ask for the federal government for more help in trying to pick up the pieces. mike emmanuel has a look at the plea for hem. >> bridges in new jersey and new york brought by law makers in the region. they testified at the senate hearing in capitol hill about the incredible damage super storm sandy inflicted on the transportation super center. >> this one subway station will
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cost nearly 600 million to repair. >> it was the largest mass transit disaster in our nation's history. 4 out of 10 of the nation's transit riders, of the nation's transit riders have their commutes disrupted by the storm. many of them still do today. >> miles of tracks and tunnels were flooded with corrosive salt water 12 subway stations were damaged or destroyed and half a million transit riders are still experiencing severe destruction. >> the focus is not just on trains and tunnels but also the courts two of the busiest of the nation both suffered heavy damage. >> what happens in our court district effects the entire nation. the storm ripples through the entire country. we must not lose sight it's a local issue. >> they met with the president
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and white house chief of staff to press the administration for aid sooner rather than later. >> we have obligated more than 300 billion that includes $1 billion already in direct assistance to thousands of individuals affected by the storm. >> president obama is expected to ask congress for ten's of billions of dollars in supplemental aid for the region before the end of the year. on capitol hill, mike emmanuel, fox news. it's time now for your health news. >> anna kooiman has the week's top medical stories. >> when it comes to nutrition americans are falling short. a usda study scored the daily diet compared to national food recommendations. each group tested was scoring between 0 and 100 based on the amount of fruit, vegetables
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grains milk and meat each day. children scored 56 out of possible 100. seniors slightly healthier diets with a stocore of 65. doctors in two states now say the deadly meningitis outbreak from earlier this year may be back. months after the story faded away there are 23 reports of infections in the state of tennessee alone. the cause of the finkses not confi -- infections not confirmed yet. the outbreak killed 36 people and sickened hundreds more. it was thought to have been spread in syringes of bad back medication. it has since been recalled. how about a cold roller you can get them for 30 bucks. when combined with your body weight it act a massage to lose el muscles great item. wireless activity tracker.
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christmas tree. wait until you hear why. it was supposed to help bring health to families devastated by sandi but instead they were told about sight seeing in new york city. 2100 americans were killed 1100 wounded when the japanese attacked pearl harbor. this bible changed the world. i'm kirk cameron. four hundred
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>> the pentagon is preparing for massive budget cuts in case the country does go over the fiscal cliff. the scaling back today became the triangle. >> welcome backs to fox and friends first. i am patti ann browne. >> i am ainsley earhardt. >> now it's time for the top 5@5:00. they are accused of aiding terrorists and threatening to use weapons of mass destruction in the united states. they will come face to face with a judge in florida. he and his brother both from pakistan gave money, housing and other support to terrorists planning a wmd attack. >> i heard screaming and saw the escalator coming apart. those words from a macy's employee at bellevue in washington state. last night the stairs on an
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escalator there started collapsing while shoppers were on it. 4 people fell including two toddlers. only one of them a man suffer add minor injury. that's lucky. police say it was caused by a mechanical failure. there is no word how many people were on the escalator at the time. first responders told to go sight seeing as sandy victims were suffering. fox news exclusively learned after rushing to the area around the storm first responders sat around for nearly 4 days. fema officials even told them to go check out the area. in a november 3rd e-mail an administrator back in washington went looking for answers. my people are being told to go sight seeing. i am asking them to reach out to contacts there that might be able to use their expertise. otherwise the personnel resources will be wasted. a fema official admitted to fox news while there were logistical challenges at first they are now fully engaged.
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nascar's most popular name lending his name to a cigar. it's a 6 inch cigar with his 88 car number photo and signature. they are made by ted's scigars and sell for 12 bucks a piece. we first showed you this amazing video yesterday. >> former republican senator speaking out about the vie ran sensation. the 81-year-old said he had fun trying to teach young people about the nation's debt crisis. will need some time to recoup rate. >> it was riding a horse and throwing a lasso. >> i didn't enjoy it but it was fun. i mean it hurt my knees. >> the plan to reduce the deficit with bill clinton former chief of staff. those are your 5@5:30.
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doug luzader is life in washington with more. >> good morning, guys. we are looking for an important report coming out today. the expectation is -- first of all talking about unemployment. we know they fell. but the expectation today is that the unemployment rate will probably be unchanged which means it is stuck at about 7.9 percent. as far as the markets are concerned they are not exactly tanking but there is a lot of uncertainty. businesses and investors are unsure about what their tax burdens will be like this year. the impact that the fiscal cliff could have on the economy will go up across the board. >> as we get closer and closer to the end of the year i think the uneasiness will continue and the worry we might not see a resolution is going to effect our market.
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>> it has an impact or hiring as well. physical we go over the cliff the long-term benefits will in fact expire at the end of the year. as the president visited a family in virginia to talk about tax hikes on the wealthy there were few talks on if is clal cliff talks. >> i am not going to sign any package that somehow prevents the top rates from going up for folks at the top two percent. >> this isn't about getting a handle on debt for him it's about spending more than he already has. >> as far as the unp employment numbers are concerned today there is little doubt that super storm sandy had an impact on those. the expectation is that it dissipated a great degree. back to you guys. doug luzader in washington, thank you. >> it is time to look at who is talking. we are hearing from bill o'reilly today. he is talking about the current
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state eeft con me and the democrat's proposal to raise taxes. o'reilly said it is impossible to have one group of americans support another. >> in addition there are 2100 folks working for the government. that means 87 million people in america are being subsidized by we the taxpayers. there are only 109 million working in the private sector doing the matt it is impossible to 109 million workers to support 87 million no matter how much you tax the workers. they continue to put forth higher taxation will bring the massive debt under control. the only democrat telling the truth about this is our old pal howard dean, the uber liberal former governor of vermont.
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>> the truth is everybody needs to pay more taxes not just the rich. that's a good start. we won't get out of the deficit problem unless we raise taxes across the board. >> governor dean sympathizes with the socialist fill loss see and that's where the country is heading taking from those who are productive and giving to those who are struggling or are working for the massive government apparatus. >> giselle munch onand tom krad braid doe are proud parents. they named their daughter vivian. second child together. gorgeous couple. >> there may be less time in the ballroom dancing with the stars scaling back airing just once a year now in the spring. sorry patty ann. according to reports they are looking for a show make-over after 7 and a half years possibly switching the judges. abc says it hasn't made a final
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decision. dancing is set to return on march 15th. >> they are leading jersey shore. i am sorry patti ann. she is leaving snookie for a new reality show. stars in darrening the high dive will pit models actors and athletes against each other in an olympic style diving contest. other contestants include football star terrell owens and bethany anderson. the top sports stories payton manning not wasting any time against the raiders. the broncos quarterback through a touchdown pass on the first drive. 126 to 13 it is their 18th in a row. ben rothlisberger will start with the steelers. they will have a special compression shirt or kevlar.
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michael leon said it best in the godfather part 2. >> he told me keep your friends close but your enemies closer. >> in that spirit the post confirms the yang yankees offered former rival kevin uk list a one-near deal. he was in shird for a rod who needs hip surgery. the government wants to tell you how much to pay on your student loans by dipping into your paycheck. >> christmas canceled over a christmas tree. we will explain. >> as we go to break we look at your travel forecast across the country. a cup of joe is a sedan.
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>> 41 after the hour. let's span the globe and see what is making headlines overseas. a factory fire killed 1100 workers lost their security safety back in june. they only received permission to get 3 story building but expanded it to 8 stories. several dramatic rescues caught on camera two-days after a powerful tie spoon swept across the southern part of the country. rescue workers pulling these survivors to safety. overnight the death toll hit 418. finally to london prince charles is speaking out for the first time about becoming a grandfather.
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>> (inaudible). >> kate middleton was released from the hospital yesterday after being adm for accuse morning sickness. no word on when the baby is due. thank you patti ann. college grads paying back students loans might not have to write the monthly check soon. the payments piet be coming directly out of your paycheck. diane macedo has the latest. >> republican congressman reportedly plans to introduce a bill that takes from borrower's wages the same as taxes. outstanding loan debt has hit 1 trillion in the u.s. exceeding credit card debt and raising concern about the economic impact. while it would give borrowers less flexibility they have now under the new system the government wouldn't need to hire debt collection and charge fees that add up to 25 percent for borrower's loan balances.
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they would cap 15 percent of borrow borrower's income. they would have it in place for u.s. australia and new zealand. they would cap the amount of interest owed on the loan at 15 percent principal at the time of graduation and offset the costs by doing so by eliminating subsidies lob he income barr borrowers. the education system already has power of wages to collect on student loans. they have option of bank repayments. they don't take advantage of it because they don't know about it. republicans and democrats will have things they like about the bill so hard to find how much support it will get. tells bloomberg it will be considered in early 2013. we will find out soon enough. >> thanks so much diane. it is 16 minutes from the top of the hour. still ahead the school cancelling the pledge of allegiance. wait until you hear why. >> we are asking you ladies to
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>> you have heard the outrage over charging 50,000 for tickets for a benefit concert. we have billy ball win here how he feels about that and what he is doing for the sandy victims in the place where he grew up. also senator a legislator and great basketball player. dennis kucinich couldn't be in any basketball match. geraldo rivera a great santa because all coming up at the top of the hour. we have great music and news by the numbers. don't go away and don't miss it. >> living in a california
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apartment complex launching a campaign to save christmas. earlier this week managers of a los angeles building asked any one to take out christmas trees visible in the areas because they were considered religious symbols. they decorated their tree with a sign. no response from the new manager. >> motor trend magazine voting the ram 13400 truck of the year. the truck was praised for the air suspension choice avengeance variety of triple levels and towing capability. it's the first time the ram has not been referenced with the dodge. >> it is time for our holiday wish list. we are getting gift ideas from the holiday season it's all about the men in our lives. editor thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> you want your guys to smell
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good. this is an of the month subscription service they send you sample sized products of really high end kind of toile y toiletries things like that shampoos and face rubs. it comes once a month and come was a video. >> 20 bucks a month subscription. the other one is for the traveler. this is erg he will need to step-off a red eye flight and look like he is rejuvenated. >> this i love although i have to forgive you for going with the giants. >> it is a sink or swim right now. these are nfl toasters. if you want your guy to get into the kitchen nothing simpler to i can making the toast. when you pop it down you get the team logo. it's on the toaster and on the toast. that retails for? >> 40 bucks. >> we have the portable grill.
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>> french coffee presses you get at your restaurants. this is their charcoal model. it is really designed to be portable but the grill is still large enough to fit a couple of steaks and veggies if you are going to be a little bit healthy. this here is the gas model. you get one of the portable propane tanks plug it in don't have to wait for the charcoal. you describe them as carrying them on the back of your bikes. >> you get it for the charcoal and vegetables. i am not sure about the bike thing but relatively portable. >> what does this one go for? >> $50 for the charcoal model and gas model is 120. >> reasonably priced there. we have this one on the higher end. >> aged whiskey. >> you have a complete set. this is unaged whiskey.
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completely clear it is 110 froof. it is really strong. you pour in a bottle of whiskey. it takes 3-6 months for it to fully age at that point you take it out it will be typical brown whiskey. >> you have tried this? >> i have tried it. i waited like a month and a half. i got halfway there. i got really impatient. it is a really nice package. $150. >> you can reuse the barrel. patience is key. you have to wait 3 months. >> patience and whiskey don't always go hand in hand. >> i love this last one wi-fi co cuff links. >> this is for the man in your life who likes to look dapper. these cuff links all open up to have usb ports. see this here. one of them is just the usb drive that will hold data. >> flash drive. >> the other one is a high fy
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hot spot. you fluiplug it into your compu it works for 150 feet. >> i wish had he this a women's version of this. >> maybe it will slide out the back of your heel. >> wi-fi pumps. >> these are $250. >> i think i forgot to ask the whiskey? >> 150. >> great gift ideas for every price range there for your man. >> thank you of course as always. >> fox and for more. >> you make yier whiskey this christmas it is ready next christmas. >> it is 53 after the hour. next on the rundown how much do you really know about christmas? fox's jessie waters put people to the test. their answers are next.
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becoming stuck trying to escape. he is still on the loose. make sure you fit through the hole. >> i am trying to from prison. >> and gifts and parties get most of the spotlight for christmas. jesse waters went to the streets to test the knowledge. you know where jesus was born? >> he was born in bethlehem. >> it is in pennsylvania. >> jesus is an american. >> where was jesus profession. >> car pender. >> jesus was what? >> a baby. >> he was a preacher. >> all around nice guy. >> he had people skills.
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>> he got free giftings. franchensense and myrrh. >> he was a lamb. >> you go to sunday school. >> they are astolgiers. >> they were bringing frankensir mur. they brought him gold, frankensense and myrrh. >> how can they forget gold. >> time for your christmas photos. harold lombard sent this one in. this is his daughter leaping for joy. >> we'll take the good ones, too. jessica graves is apparently excited to meet mr. clause and finally, this one is from our

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